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decide. also tonight bernie goldberg, adam corolla, juan williams and mary catherine hamm. the factor begins right now. hi, i'm bill o'reilly, thafk us tonight. happy veterans day to you who have served your country. you're patriots. we have a power packed program for you tonight. talking points memo in the next segment about dennis miller's contention traditional america is gone forever, is that true? first, a top story tonight cia director david petraeus forced to resign after an extramarital affair this, san awful situation the fbi knew but kept under wraps until after the presidential vote. not even senators on the intelligence committee knew what is going on. >> we receive nod advanced notice. it was like a lightning bolt the way i found out. i came back to washington thursday night, friday morning, the staff director told me there were calls from press about this. i called david petraeus. as a matter of fact i had had an appointment with him at 3:00 that afternoon. that was cancelled. >> bill: what does this story mean for you? joining us now from washington is lieutenant colone
, finally will be heard, loud and clear. that is the memo. next on the run down, juan and mary catherine will react and the factor will be right back. [ male announcer ] you are a business pro. governor of getting it done. you know how to dance... with a deadline. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle... and go. you can even take a full-size or above, and still pay the mid-size price. this is awesome. [ male announcer ] yes, it is, business pro. yes, it is. go national. go like a pro. [ metal rattling ] ♪ hello? boo! i am the ghost of meals past. when you don't use new pam, this is what you get. residue? i prefer food-based phantasm, food-tasm. poultry-geist works too if you used chicken. [ laughs ] resi-doodle-doo. [ female announcer ] bargain brand cooking spray can leave annoying residue. but new pam leaves up to 99% less residue. new pam helps you keep it off. >>> reaction to my contention politics is changing the nation and folks will wise up, eventually. joining us now, mary catherine hamm. am i wrong here? where am i? i think yo
of a lot of things. >> it could be. i think one of the realities here and mary catherine was touching on this. i think you will see core constituencies rush to people like marco rubio and say tell us how you would do this. i think it raises rubio's stature within the party. you have to look at the business community and people in the high-tech sector and wall street who want immigration reform to get the best brains into the country and are willing to make concessions if you tell them we can get the best people here. >> the system is a mess and horribly complex just as most things in the federal government. but this is not some sort of quick fix where you say you are for this and it involves the problems. it's policy were the on issues barack obama would have paid a price or bragging about how he deported more illegal immigrants it many a cultural issue. the way you talk about it is very important. the discussion coming up will be a testing ground for whether they can do that in a way that's sensitive and addresses the concerns. they are interested in entrepreneurship just as conserva
. jon: mary catherine, george w. bush, wanted to spend some of that political capital to reform social security. that didn't happen in the face of congressional opposition. look where we are now, possibly about to go over this fiscal cliff because of mess we're in with entitlement and other programs. >> look, i think obama is well within normal procedures to have this kind of event. frankly it is sort of his default for selling things to the american public. in the past he has not used it to great effect. it didn't work great with obamacare which still is fairly unpopular despite his re-election but on this i think he is maybe on firmer ground. but look, republicans and he are actually on the same page on middle class tax cuts. the republicans are on the same page he was two years ago when he passed the extension but i think the bigger issue, whether democrats are willing to maybe discuss enlightment reform or broader tax reform in some way because, if you're not, then this whole raising taxes on the wealthy thing is really just a sideshow and a fig leaf because it will not fix a lot.
see being played out right now in washington. martha: mary catherine do you think people care that there wasn't a whole lot of balance in this proposal, that there aren't really dramatic spending cuts that were supposed to be sort ever the ying and yank of this proposal? >> i would argue that this deal that was put forth by geithner is both unbalanced literally and a little unbalanced that way as well. this signals to me almost that they don't want to make a deal, that the white house has decided that it's politically advantage just not to do want. you've got 1.6 trillion in tax hikes and unlimited credit card on the debt limit in that congress has no control over that any more. i just think it's insane. we've got $50 billion in new spending in this deal and to think that republicans would take that deal for some amorphous promises in the future, that never happens. i'm a good bulldog, go dog, and this is like me going to the alabama crimson teurbgs d erbs and saying before the championship you give me four touchdowns in the fcc champions and we'll talk later about you riding
. rick: let's talk about this now with mary catherine ham who is editor-at-large of hot air.com. she's a fox news contributor. and chris kofinis, former chief of staff to west virgina senator joe manchin. good to see you both. a lot to take in having listened to the three senators, mary katherine, what do you think about this idea of a select committee to investigate what happened in benghazi? >> i think as you saw in the bush administration, lindsey graham referred to, there was select committee to deal with intelligence failures preiraq. i think that is a pretty reasonable request. i think when you have something that has this kind of level of sort of top secret information coming out, perhaps it is good to have everybody in one room talking about this. frankly, will date myself, in my lifetime no ambassador has been killed in the line of duty. so it is an outlying event. it is a very important event. there are four americans as i said who passed awas, who were killed in this event and there have been a lot of questions how it has been handled and how in the future you make sure on
and it was one from mary catherine basin the daughter of margaret meacham and it says we have stretched midlife so long it has become like a run-on sentence in desperate need of punctuation. i needed to get a little bit about punctuation. a., max was probably too little and. that is what i needed. i went to my board of directors and i asked him if i could take a sabbatical. and i happily agreed. i think maybe they were feeling that i was sliding a little bit as well and i began making very grand plans. in fact i decided to go to the opposite end of the year to australia to take a big trip for three months with my wife and our two young children. and i began the process of accumulating guide books to sydney, melbourne and the outback in that pile started growing higher as the days leading up to the trip began growing shorter and finally i reach the point where i had absolutely no desire to go to australia and spent three months in a hotel room with two screaming children then two and four years old. in fact the sabbatical was what i had to do to recover from the trip with the kids in the hotel r
was flagging at that time. i wrote a second quote around the same period and it was one from mary catherine basin the daughter of margaret meacham and it says we have stretched midlife so long it has become like a run-on sentence in desperate need of punctuation. i needed to get a little bit about punctuation. a., max was probably too little and. that is what i needed. i went to my board of directors and i asked him if i could take a sabbatical. and i happily agreed. i think maybe they were feeling that i was sliding a little bit as well and i began making very grand plans. in fact i decided to go to the opposite end of the year to australia to take a big trip for three months with my wife and our two young children. and i began the process of accumulating guide books to sydney, melbourne and the outback in that pile started growing higher as the days leading up to the trip began growing shorter and finally i reach the point where i had absolutely no desire to go to australia and spent three months in a hotel room with two screaming children then two and four years old. in fact the sabbatic
wrote a second quote around the same period and it was one from mary catherine basin the daughter of margaret meacham and it says we have stretched midlife so long it has become like a run-on sentence in desperate need of punctuation. i needed to get a little bit about punctuation. a., max was probably too little and. that is what i needed. i went to my board of directors and i asked him if i could take a sabbatical. and i happily agreed. i think maybe they were feeling that i was sliding a little bit as well and i began making very grand plans. in fact i decided to go to the opposite end of the year to australia to take a big trip for three months with my wife and our two young children. and i began the process of accumulating guide books to sydney, melbourne and the outback in that pile started growing higher as the days leading up to the trip began growing shorter and finally i reach the point where i had absolutely no desire to go to australia and spent three months in a hotel room with two screaming children then two and four years old. in fact the sabbatical was what i had t
glory. and the thickness of her mostly problematical absents, in mary weingarten's hand, catherine washburn turns out to be the most marvelous that can be imagined. a little bit about mary weingarten. mary weingarten grew up outside washington d.c. after graduating from university of chicago, she worked for several years in community arts in london and moved to san francisco, where she earned her m.a. in comparative literature. for translation of russian pilots have been published in magazines and in crossing centuries an anthology of russian poetry. her poems have appeared in 26 journals, journal 26. she has grown three children, teaches english at san francisco state university and is working on a new collection of poetry. she was in san francisco with her husband by jeff hoyle. please welcome, mary weingarten. [applause] >> congratulations. >> wow, it is great be here and it is really an enormous honor, clichÉs aside. you are right, but it's true. it's a clichÉ, in the name? i'm grateful to the before columbus foundation, to justin ishmael, to jack foley like us could could ma
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